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The Microsoft Translator services can be used in web or client applications to perform language translation operations.
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Microsoft Translator V2 -- Python API

Version: 0.7
Web: http://openlabs.co.in/
keywords: Microsoft Translator
Copyright: Openlabs Technologies & Consulting (P) LTD
license: BSD
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This python API implements the Microsoft Translator services which can be used in web or client applications to perform language translation operations. The services support users who are not familiar with the default language of a page or application, or those desiring to communicate with people of a different language group.

Example Usage:

>>> from microsofttranslator import Translator
>>> translator = Translator('<Your Client ID>', '<Your Client Secret>')
>>> print translator.translate("Hello", "pt")
"Olá"

Registering your application

To register your application with Azure DataMarket, visit https://datamarket.azure.com/developer/applications/ using the LiveID credentials from step 1, and click on “Register”. In the “Register your application” dialog box, you can define your own Client ID and Name. The redirect URI is not used for the Microsoft Translator API. However, the redirect URI field is a mandatory field, and you must provide a URI to obtain the access code. A description is optional.

Take a note of the client ID and the client secret value.

Features

Translation

>>> from microsofttranslator import Translator
>>> translator = Translator('<Your Client ID>', '<Your Client Secret>')
>>> print translator.translate("Hello", "pt")
"Olá"

Translate multiple words at once

>>> from microsofttranslator import Translator
>>> translator = Translator('<Your Client ID>', '<Your Client Secret>')
>>> client.translate_array(['apple', 'orange'], 'pt')
[{u'TranslatedText': u'Apple', u'From': u'en', u'OriginalTextSentenceLengths': [5], u'TranslatedTextSentenceLengths': [5]}, {u'TranslatedText': u'laranja', u'From': u'en', u'OriginalTextSentenceLengths': [6], u'TranslatedTextSentenceLengths': [7]}]

Get supported languages

>>> from microsofttranslator import Translator
>>> translator = Translator('<Your Client ID>', '<Your Client Secret>')
>>> print client.get_languages()
[u'ar', u'bg', u'ca', u'zh-CHS', u'zh-CHT', u'cs', u'da', u'nl', u'en', u'et', u'fi', u'fr', u'de', u'el', u'ht', u'he', u'hi', u'mww', u'hu', u'id', u'it', u'ja', u'tlh', u'tlh-Qaak', u'ko', u'lv', u'lt', u'ms', u'mt', u'no', u'fa', u'pl', u'pt', u'ro', u'ru', u'sk', u'sl', u'es', u'sv', u'th', u'tr', u'uk', u'ur', u'vi', u'cy']

Detect Language

>>> from microsofttranslator import Translator
>>> translator = Translator('<Your Client ID>', '<Your Client Secret>')
>>> client.detect_language('hello')
u'en'

Bugs and Development on Github

https://github.com/openlabs/Microsoft-Translator-Python-API

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